Detecting surface features during locomotion using optic flow

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We test the hypothesis that: (1) Optic flow can be used to detect significant environmental features during locomotion in a biped, even given significant up and down movement and jarring of the robot during locomotion. (2) Reliable detection is only possible if a prediction of the expected optic flow field is made at each instance. This prediction should be driven

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  • M.a. Lewis

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